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told the vice president that he should take pat with them. she realize that this trip is going to be work but it was going to be interesting. pat describes it in scrappy the same words and letters she wrote to her good friend next month. along the minimal on drivers that included a military aide, state department representative, a flight surgeon, three pass representatives, two secret service agents, nixon's administrative assistant and the only other woman on the trip, rosemary woods, the nixon's embarked on their 42,000-mile journey. and a little more than two months the group visited over 15 countries, attended hundreds of state dinners participated in a numeral sarah boney's -- innumerable ceremonies. the state department have briefed the group on the countries and people they would be sitting. pat took these briefings very much to heart. in fact one member of the group told a reporter figures later the patent served as the groups walking encyclopedia. whenever they needed information about what country they run of the culture they were turned to her because she would hav
trip i took out there, we hit this mountain range right at the edge of the dunes. and we were carrying, i don't know, on that trip we were maybe carrying 80 or 90 pounds of water and moving it out to the sand and then we'd drop a cache and then go back and get more water and drop a cache. we were trying to get to the sea of cortez, that was one of the things on our mind, but this landscape, it starts turning your mind inward or outward or it gets hard to tell which way it turns it because it's a psychological place. there's no end to your horizons. the sky is infinite, the sand is infinite. it's hard to keep your focus because you are constantly using peripheral vision looking all around you. it doesn't matter which way you walk after a while, you are just wandering. and so on the first trip out there, we didn't get to the sea because we just ended up wandering. it happens out there. you have a plan but the landscape becomes beautiful in a way that you weren't expecting and you start disappearing into it. you start forgetting why you are going in one direction. you start thinking, no,
movie. i don't say that lightly. "guilt trip." it reminded me exactly what it would be like if i went on a road trip with my mother. about you and seth rogen, you go on this bizarre road trip together. you're the archetypical jewish mama and he's the archetypical jewish son. in a touching funny way. let's watch a clip. >> i'm over here. >> hey, ma. i see you, hey. all of new york sees you. >> oh, my god. >> good to see you. >> look at you. oh, my god. oh, my god, you're wearing a sports jacket. >> yeah, i am. >> how did you know to buy a sports jacket? >> i took a class in it. >> you left the price tag on it. j. crew? my fancy shmancy son. >> that's me. >> i'll just keep it in case it goes on sale. >> a really touching movie. i find it very moving. it moved me to tears at one stable, but it's also very funny. you must have had a ball doing it? >> yeah, if you like. if you like working that much, yeah, it was fun. it actually was fun. >> do you hate all work basically? >> no. >> what do you like doing? >> i love -- i love making movies, actually. and i love recording. that's what i lov
watching your brilliant new movie "guilt trip." it reminded me what it would be like if i went on a trip with my mother. you and seth rogen go on a bizarre trip. you are the archetype of a jewish mother. a loving, touching film. let's watch a clip. >> i'm over here! honey. >> hey, ma. >> i'm over here. >> i see you. all of new york sees you. >> oh, my god. >> good to see you. >> look at you. >> look at me. >> oh, my god. you're wearing a sports jacket. how did you know where to even buy a sports jacket? >> i took a class. >> oh, my god. you left the price tag on. j. crew, my fancy schmancy son. i'm going to keep it in case it goes on sale. it was a touching movie. it moved me to tears. it's also funny. you had a ball doing it, didn't you? >> if you like -- yeah, yeah. if you like working that much. yeah, it was fun. it actually was fun. >> do you hate all work? >> no. >> what do you like doing? >> i love making movies actually. i love recording. that's what i love. >> you don't like performing in front of people. >> that's odd. >> it is strange. >> i never know what to do during the appl
on this trip to collect a piece for radio carbon dating, a federal archeologist in southern utah had asked us to pick up one piece of it to bring out. so that part of the basket is missing. there are artifacts everywhere. they stand out. this arrowhead here is maybe just under half an inch long, tiny little piece made out of jasper in some canyon someplace. there are larger objects. there are cliff dwellings that you find up in the alcoves. this is out on the navajo reservation in southern utah. this is part of a structure that's about, i'd say, 300 rooms running along the back side of this canyon, a little village, small city, something. artifacts everywhere. one of the walls had fallen out, revealing the floor that had been packed in there, hundreds of years of people using the same floor just pushing down the dirt so that there are pieces of woven -- of braided string sticking out of the floor everywhere and arrowheads and broken pottery and i realized when i came up against the stack of this trash pile i put my head against it and looked along it. i could see it was covered with hair. peo
a plan to go straight to the top, right to chairman mao. during a trip to pakistan they asked the president to arrange the china connection. >> nothing happened for six months, and then we got a message from the chinese via pakistan that basically said we should start talking but in a very convoluted way. between each of these communications there was about three months because they were hand carried, handwritten. it was 19th century style diplomacy. >> so untraceable in case it was found. >> somewhat deniable, somewhat less embarrassing. we had no way of knowing who was on the other side. >> dr. kissinger, mr. president. >> hi, henry. >> mr. president. >> yeah. >> nixon and kissinger knew that one misunderstanding, one slip up could derail these initial contacts. >> i think our chinese game, henry should be played exactly as it's being played, very cool and aloof and yet the door is open. now you walk in kids and it's your move. >> in 1971 during a lag in dispatchers, the lob of a tiny ball nearly derailed the plan. >> the chinese on their own to our intense confusion invited
of -- >> the prince of dubai. >> how it earned one man a trip with all the royal treatment. >>> we are all very aware of the dangers of thin ice, but dogs don't know the difference. this video is from wxyz and huron river where it meets lake erie. we've got a dog in distress. jim swayze is the owner of this dog and jim takes his four hounds out for a walk every day. this day one of the dogs got loose and jim tried to get the dog back but was unable to. >> the deeper he got out, the more ice was cracking. >> so he calls his wife and 911 and his wife called her cousin. that's who you see here. >> my cousin, lance, got some waders and he went to the dog and actually crawled on his belly on the ice. got to him, lifted the dog up on the ice and rescue put the boat there and hauled him into the boat. >> the rescuer tells the others on shore let's bring this boat in. >> oh, gosh! >> that didn't even look like one of the most thin parts. luckily he's covered in safety gear, but he stays prone as rescuers drag him over to the shore. >> oh, wow, that is a scary moment. >> the pup looks like a total chilly dog,
] for years, bob took warfarin, and made a monthly trip to the clinic to get his blood tested. but not anymore. bob's doctor recommended a different option: once-a-day xarelto®. xarelto® is the first and only once-a-day prescription blood thinner for patients with afib not caused by a heart valve problem, that doesn't require routine blood monitoring. like warfarin, xarelto® is proven effective to reduce the risk of an afib-related stroke. there is limited data on how these drugs compare when warfarin is well managed. no routine blood monitoring means bob can spend his extra time however he likes. new zealand! xarelto® is just one pill a day, taken with the evening meal. and with no dietary restrictions, bob can eat the healthy foods he likes. do not stop taking xarelto® rivaroxaban without talking to the doctor who prescribes it for you. stopping may increase your risk of having a stroke. get medical help right away if you develop any signs or symptoms of bleeding, like unusual bruising or tingling. you may have a higher risk of bleeding if you take xarelto® with aspirin products, nsaid
to the top, right to chairman mao. during a trip of pakistan, they asked president khan to arrange the china connection. >> nothing happened for six months, then we got a message from the chinese via pakistan that basically said we should start talking, but in a very convoluted way. between each of these communications there was about three months, because they were hand-carried, handwritten. it was 19th century style diplomacy. >> so untraceable in case it was found. >> somewhat deniable. somewhat less embarrassing. we had no way of knowing who was on the other side. >> nixon and kissinger knew that one misunderstanding, one slip-up could derail these initial contacts. >> in 1971 during a lag in dispatches, the lob of a tiny ball nearly derailed the detente. >> the chinese on their own through our intense confusion invited the united states ping-pong team to china, which they did as a warning to us, which in effect was you better hurry up with your answer, because if you don't do it, then the channel we are talking now, we may go public. it was an intense difficulty for us, because none in
with sincerity and said, i could die happy man now that i have made this trip. that answer was the beginning of an incredible journey for me. it served as an inspiration to make a documentary about communities across the country that have pulled together to send these veterans, now in their 80's and 90's, on a trip to d.c. to see their memorial. these trips are called on flights. on a flight is a non-profit organization that flies world war ii here to see this memorial at no cost. they fly from 117 cities from across the country and have flown over 100,000 veterans to date. for the past two years, my business partners and i and our team at precinct media, have all of the veterans and volunteers from the awesome stars and stripes honor flight in milwaukee. it is my honor to direct your attention to two world war ii veterans with us today. they are amazing guys and have become a very good friends. i would first like to acknowledge julian and his daughter julie. [applause] he served in the navy as a cook and also on the burial disposal units were he buried both japanese and american soldiers.
. if it was a 2-hour trip with no funny business. now 6 x 6, 0.36, and c-squared and c-squared, cancel out. so it's 1 minus 0.36. does anyone know what that is? okay, it's going to be 64. 1 minus that it's gonna be 0.64. but now you gotta know the square root of 0.64. you know the square root of 64, 8 x 8 = 64. what about 0.64? it's 0.8. now you gotta know how many times does .08 go into 2. calculator types? well, i'll tell you, i've done it before. 2.5. yeah, 0.8 will go into 2, 2.5 times. so you know what? the time that the earth types see is the 2 hours that they would see if their velocity were zero. t sub zero. the time that the earth types see is that 2 hours but modified by this thing over here and it's called the lorentz fitzgerald contraction factor, all right? and then v is the speed, the relative speed. and c, of course, the speed of light. and we've done that, we find out that, wow, a 2-hour trip appears to be 2 1/2 hours. and that's what we saw in the film. now if you go at higher speeds, the time dilation-- dilation means stretched out. the stretch-out of time is even more. if you w
accent ] by god, you've got it. >> i have come from watching your brilliant new movie "guilt trip." the reason why i loved it, it reminded me exactly what it would be like if i went on a road trip with my mother. it's you and seth rogen. you go on this bizarre, crazy road trip together. you're the archetypal jewish momma, and he's the archetypal only son, and chaos ensues. let's watch a clip. >> hey, i'm over here. >> hey, mom. i see you. all of new york sees you. hey, there. hi, mom. good to see you. yes. >> look at you. look at you. oh, my god. >> okay. let's get out of the way here. >> you're wearing a sports jacket. >> yeah, i am. >> how did you know to buy a sports jacket? >> i took a class in it. >> honey, look, you left the price tag on. jake rue, my fancy schmancy son. i'm just going to keep it in case i goes on sale. >> i found is very moving. it moved me to tears at one point. you must have had a ball doing it? >> yeah, if you like working that much. yeah, it was fun. >> do you hate all work basically? >> no. >> what do you like doing? >> i lovemaking movies actually, an
parking and grouped based on trip generation types and volume. so the requirements, there are only use types under commercial and that will change to more detailed categories. such as retail sales, personal services and restaurants, light manufacturing and so forth. in order to prescribe the amounts of bicycle parking for each of these unit categories, staff compared each use category to comparable cities and overall, we thought to get bicycle parking for 5% of trips generated for each use. here are a few examples of before-and-after requirements. so for example, for a grocery store of 30,000-square-feet, which is the size of like a whole foods, right now class 1 or 2 combined -- but the new requirements will make it to full class 1 and 12 class 2 spaces. for a restaurant of 2500-square-feet, existing requirements doesn't require any bicycle parking. and our proposal will require 2 class 1 and 3 class 2. and the same with medical clinics and office buildings there will be increases. and also a separation of class 1 and class 2. our proposal guides the location of bicycle parking for
hearing. david curly has the story from washington. >> hillary clinton returned from her latest trip. she came back with a stomach virus according to her staff, an illness compounded earlier this week. secretary reportedly became dehydrated fainted at her home and in the fall suffered a concussion. she did not go to the hospital but is being monitored by her doctors. this is the second time a stomach bug has led to fainting. then senator clinton during a speech eight years ago. she admitted to barbara walters her schedule is grueling. >> are you exhausted? >> i am. to be honest i am. when i do something, i want to do it to the best of my ability. >> this illness will keep the secretary home this week meaning she will not testify about the terrorist attack on the u.s. mission in benghazi which took the life of ambassador creation stevens and three others. the report is set to be released early in the week and her testimony was highly anticipated. >> clinton is expected to retire as secretary of state in the next few weeks. abc news has learned that the president will nominate john kerry to
. working for the municipality. the trip was a survey to find out to look at the logistics of moving saudi arabian crude, the discovery had been made. there were limited markets east that had been supplied mainly from indonesia then the east indies and this was a case of standard of california -- >> excuse me that's the gate. >> that's where your got your pass to leave. >> yeah, to get out. >> i take it you didn't get out unless you had to. >> no you were supposed to check in and out. >> this was a need to survey. records said they were and as they would grow bottoming wells, oasis. >> a two camel, one cow operation. they were sent out to irrigate the fields. there's the water wheel. brick construction. >> delightful with the waterspouts to carry the rain out away from the buildings. the kids still crowd in for the pictures. >> right. >> most of these buildings are gone now. as the transportation bahrane. >> there's the water taxi. >> how long did you take it took to make that trip. >> three to four hours. depending on the wind that you got. and the suk. organic foods. >> organic all the
of the campaign year. clint eastwood's empty chair number, mitt romney's disastrous overseas trip to london, suggesting that the brits weren't up to hosting the olympics. next, it was the uproar when the white house went to war with the catholic bishops by insisting religious organizations cover employees for contraception and barack obama's frozen performance in the first debate? >> i'm going with london. i was there at the time and it was not only the worst moment for mitt romney but the best moment for boris johnson, the mayor of london, when he came out with that fantastic line, "i hear there's some guy named mitt romney." >> i think it was the olympics, too, because it knocked 10 or 12 days out of his campaign, no one in his campaign wanted to go and he went for a show horse. >> he didn't watch the show horse. >> that would have killed his campaign early. if he had gone for greco-roman wrestling. >> why did the show horse hurt? >> it's a high-end, rich people sport. chris: and he had a horse in the race. >> i think that foreign trip was pretty bad, too, but not just because of london b
for a few days but not stuck in their car. >> no. >> they couldn't go on to their trip to ohio. they were stuck in the hotel. >> when you're trying to get home for christmas, you'll do almost anything. ♪ >> his video went viral. >> it's all about this guy punchipun punking football. >> now a national football team is interested. >>> and a guy goes undercover. >> to see if newspapers can hold the attention of their >>> welcome back to the show, everybody. don't forget to check out rightthisminute.com, you can see today's videos and more all day long. >>> paper works is a newspaper platform for newspapers in belgium. they decided to see if newspapers can hold the attention of readers so they got three of their maker advertisers and got them a driver to drive them around all day so they could read the newspaper. they tried to distract them. a man running by on fire didn't distract them. playing golf on the corner, bus people, people on the bus saw it, but they were still engrossed with the newspaper. >> all i can think of now is never mind being distracted. i would be sick. i can't read in
wanna preface that trip with a little hardcore physics. pay attention, gang. let's suppose someone's standing on a planet here and they have a flashlight and they shine a flashlight off to a distant planet over here. and people on this distant planet are gonna have a telescope all lined up here and they're gonna stand right here and they're gonna watch the flashes of light. and let's suppose a person here emits a flash of light every three minutes. this little flash, flash... i got a question for you. if there's no relative motion between the two planets, it's gonna take some time for that first flash to get up here. but under zero gravity here, boom, sees a flash. how long they're gonna have to wait for another one? three. - and the next one? - three. - and the next one? - three. they'll come at regularly spaced intervals, all right? now, let's suppose i have a rocket ship that's traveling at a very, very high speed between the two planets. now, this rocket ship is traveling away from the planet, the source of light. will that rocket ship see the flashes as often as three minutes
in terms of any kind of serious injury. >> i know last week she was supposed to go on an important trip to morocco. she canceled that trip which was highly unusual, sending her deputy to morocco for an important visit to that north african country. you've covered her for these last four years. how extraordinary is it that she cancels a foreign visit like this? >> wolf, i've been covering secretary clinton since she started. i've done many travels with her. the only other time she canceled a trip in the last four years is when her mother, who she is very close to, fell ill and died a few days later. when she doesn't feel good, she keeps a punishing schedule. she keeps a schedule that even some of the journalists can't keep up with her. she's really always running, always working, always on the job. so for her, last week, to cancel this trip was really, really extraordinary and a lot of people started to talk about, well, is this a more serious case of something, some kind of illness? but, no, we just understand there were several other people on her trip that also fell ill. not as sick a
. >> set the broken is taking a road trip with barbra streisand seth rogan barbara streisand is back on the big screen and she's hitting the road with seth rogen. >> arch campbell is taking us on a trip to the movies. here is your holiday weekend movie guide. you want to ride cross- country with me? mother and son on a cross- in "the guilt ."ip" i know you're nervous, but it will be great. it is called eight pitch, .om -- a pitch, mom. three stars, pg 13. >> said that down. ." also opening is "this is 40 a married couple is trying to zing back in their marriage. two and a half stars, rated r. let's get this done. tom cruise stars in "jack reacher." two stars. n."ars for "lincole the barbara streisand and seth movie gets three stars. "the hobbit" two. two for "jack reacher." hope you have a great weekend. i'm arch capitaampbell.
good on the trip up from fredricksburg. no problems near occoquan. here we have the view of 395 right around duke street. you can see there's plenty of space between cars there so nothing to trip you up by getting in and out of alexandria making the ride into downtown. as we switch over to the maryland side of things, 270 could be a busier route as the day goes along. a lot of folks going to travel to and from christmas eve dinner. as you can see all things quiet on the montrose roadside. no problems in towards the beltway. that is your latest check of timesaver traffic. back to andrea. >>> the newtown school shootings has led to a renewed discussion on gun control across our nation. politicians took to the airwaves debating gun control on the sunday political talk shows. jessica doyle is live in the 9news satellite center with more. good morning, jess. welcome back. >> reporter: thanks so much. it's great to be back. of course we want to say a very merry christmas eve to everyone. in the meantime, we're dealing with a very tough issue, the issue of gun control. we are seeing the drum
' longest road trip in the year. they won the first five, including a win over the miami heat. a loss in orlando and a win over atlanta coming home. off to best start since the 92-91 season, rookie harrison improving every game. 19 in the game. carl landry off the bench. the followup, 'one-hasn't -- one-hasn't jam. warriors most effective when everybody gets involved. david lee, averaging a double double in every game on the trip. this steal and the slam. 18 points for curry, war yore 6-1 on the road trip, 115-93 your final. >> to conditional hoops. stanford facing uc davis. a little nonconference matchup after a couple weeks of exam. the only aggie player to show up. 23 of the team's 52 points. only two davis players hit double digit. josh hits the dumper and a foul. he had 14. cardinal left at the half. cardinal with the 75-52 victory. >> our defense is -- i believe in our guys. i know we have good shooters. we keep defending like we're defending right now,ll take it. the way we're defending, give ourselves a chance to win against everyone, every night. as long as we stay confident,
women, and i continued to participate in this trip ever since. on that first trip, in the southwestern region of afghanistan and i met the women of the village they worked with. like much of afghanistan, this area is rural and impoverished. the women we met had the same aspirations of women across the globe. they seek to send their children to school and learn a trade in order to support themselves and their family. during that first visit in 2008, the school head master told us stories of how acid was thrown into the faces of serve female students who attended the school. these young girls overcame enormous challenges in coming to school every day. but their desire to learn surmounted the obstacles they faced, and there, just like at home, we heard these young girls talk of being doctors and teachers and anything else they could dream of. each year we have continued to visit the women and their message remains clear and consistent. they need security for themselves and their families if they are going to succeed. during these visits, we have seen slow but steady progress being made as
himselfs in cultures and languages and took multiple trips to study abroad in spain, italy, morocco. perhaps most importantly chris knew how to relax and enjoy the moment. when i would periodically freak out about my course work or some o ther problem i thought i had he would make me stop and take a break, play a game of back gammon on the balcony and enjoy the view. it was an early lesson in the zenlike mindfulness of chris. no wonder he exceled in such a challenging and stressful career. i don't want you to think chris was perfect. after extensive research we came up with at least one or two blemishes on his record, sort of. in the interest of time i'm leaving out inappropriate limericks about philosophers. the only time i saw him lose his temper is when we were sharing a double room in the last year. some of the lessen lightened brethren decided to make a bunch of noise during finals week. when yelling at these guys didn't do the trick, chris burst out of bed, ran out onto the balcony, grabbed a water fire extinguisher and let them have it. he seemed much less angry when he came
a happy man now that i have made this trip. that answer was the beginning of an incredible journey for me. it served as an inspiration to make a documentary about communities across the country that have pulled together to send these veterans, now in their 80s and 90s, to see the memorial. these trips are called on our flights, and as many of you know, honor flight is a nonprofit organization that was started by earl morris. it flies world war ii veterans out here to see this beautiful memorial at no cost to the veterans. they fly from 117 cities from across the country and had flown over 100,000 veterans to date. for the past two years, by business partners and our team at freethink media have followed the veterans from the stars and stripes organization in milwaukee. there are two veterans here today that are amazing guys who have become my friends. there is julian. [applause] julian and served on the navy -- in the navy. . he is a published poet. he took his first trip to washington d.c. on and on our flight. next, i want to tell you about joe. he is gone -- he is accompanied today by
left. i don't think so. [ male announcer ] for years, bob took warfarin, and made a monthly trip to the clinic to get his blood tested. but not anymore. bob's doctor recommended a different option: once-a-day xarelto®. xarelto® is the first and only once-a-day prescription blood thinner for patients with afib not caused by a heart valve problem, that doesn't require routine blood monitoring. like warfarin, xarelto® is proven effective to reduce the risk of an afib-related stroke. there is limited data on how these drugs compare when warfarin is well managed. no routine blood monitoring means bob can spend his extra time however he likes. new zealand! xarelto® is just one pill a day, taken with the evening meal. and with no dietary restrictions, bob can eat the healthy foods he likes. do not stop taking xarelto® rivaroxaban without talking to the doctor who prescribes it for you. stopping may increase your risk of having a stroke. get medical help right away if you develop any signs or symptoms of bleeding, like unusual bruising or tingling. you may have a higher risk of blee
by the rebels, there is no talk at all to finding a peaceful solution. the trips and meetings of hillary clinton with the u.n. and her russian counterpart, there's no hope for a diplomatic solution. instead what the people talk about are the suffering of the people. this house was bombed by mistake. the people who lived here lived next to a rebel commander. now they're homeless. there is also tremendous economic difficulties here. the syrian currency is worth about half of what it was worth when the war began. a loaf of bread costs 20 times what it did just a few months ago. but despite all of this the rebels are making advances. they say they hope to soon control the city of aleppo, the country's commercial capital. after that, damascus. richard engel, nfc news. >>> this morning latin music fans around the world are lourng the death of jenny rivera. the 43-year-old grammy nominee and six others died early sunday when their small plane crashed in rough terrain in northern mexico. she performed a concert inman tore ray hours before the plane took off. the leer jet reportedly lost contact with air
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